Seth Meyers addressed the sexual assault allegations leveled at fellow “Saturday Night Live” alum Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) on Thursday, after anchorwoman and sportscaster Leeann Tweeden said that Franken groped and kissed her without her consent. The two were on a USO tour in 2006, which Franken was heading and Tweeden was emceeing, when the then-comedian kissed her without her consent during a rehearsal and later groped her on the plane when she fell asleep.
President Donald Trump, who was infamously caught on tape bragging about groping women, was attacked on Twitter Thursday night over his criticism of Sen.President Donald Trump, who was infamously caught on tape bragging about groping women, was attacked on Twitter Thursday night over his criticism of Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.), who is facing allegations of sexual assault. Anchorwoman Leann Tweeden said on Thursday that Franken groped and kissed her without her consent during a USO tour in 2006.
Sean Hannity backed off the ultimatum he gave Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore, saying the former Alabama judge provided the answers the Fox News host needed. On Hannity’s Wednesday night show, Hannity read a letter Moore tweeted after the Fox News host demanded the former judge answer questions about the sexual abuse allegations leveled at him or drop out of the Senate race. The Republican candidate denied all allegations that he sexually abused teenage girls when he was in his 30s.
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Selecting a term
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